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Sarah Pickman, a PhD candidate at Yale University, speaks with Michael Robinson, a professor of history at Hillyer College, University of ..read more
Willem Styfhals is a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Philosophy at KU Leuven, Belgium, and the author of the new book No ..read more
By contributing author E.L. Meszaros As non-native readers of Egyptian hieratic and hieroglyphics, our understanding of the ..read more
This post is the fifth in our ‘Media of History’ forum which explores the decisions we make about the choices we make when we ..read more
See what our editors have been reading this season Jon The Implicated Subject: Beyond Victims and Perpetrators by Michael Rothberg ..read more
By W. Sasson Chahanovich Why should we care about the author? The answer to this question is not self-evident. While Roland Barthes ..read more

This post is the fourth in our ‘Media of History’ forum which explores the decisions we make about the choices we make when we ..read more

The latest number of the Journal of the History of Ideas is now live on Project MUSE We are delighted to share the table of contents ..read more
By Cindy Kok Look closely at the lower left corner of Jan Weenix’s 1693 group portrait: a pineapple grows amidst a cluster of exotic ..read more

By J. Laurence Hare and Fabian Link Studying history can be a lonely enterprise. While historians in the United States eagerly ..read more

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